This week in Pureinfotech we have great tips and a list of awesome deals for this upcoming Black Friday that is going to help you to get the most out of your time and money, and over all, just to be prepared to have a good time. Check out Black Friday 2011 – Awesome deals, check list and everything you need to know for all the details.
Are you getting ready for Thanksgiving and all the tasty food? While we still days away from the holiday, we have a great new set of wallpapers that you should get right now to start decorating your computer desktop — Thanksgiving desktop fun: Autumn Bounty theme for Windows 7.
Google: In tech news the giant of search has launched Google Music to the public, and I provided you with all the highlights that you need to know about the service. Briefly, this new music service is free, it allows you to upload and store all of your music collection to the Cloud, plus the music you buy from the new Google music store (Android market) or any other online store, which you can then stream to any supported device or web browser. If you like to learn more, check out Google Music Beta no more. Now Google Music is here!, and also to know how to upload your music library to the service.
Microsoft: The software maker, earlier this week, announced that Windows 8 will have a better automatic update system. This means that Windows Update is going to be less annoying for the end-user and with fewer reboots. The company also explained why updating without restarting your computer isn’t yet possible and more — Windows 8: Making automatic updates less annoying.
Here is more of what you might have missed:
- How to disable New Tab Page in Google Chrome
- How to configure and use DropIt to quickly organize your desktop
- DropIt: Tiny free application that organizes your desktop quickly [Download]
- Productive Windows 7 shortcuts that you might not noticed before
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